United Teachers of Dade
The United Teachers of Dade represents more than thirty thousand teachers, and other school employees who work in nearly 400 public schools in Miami-Dade County.
The United Teachers of Dade education gala is being held in January. It is held to recognize the contributions of community leaders who support teachers and our public schools.
The United Teachers of Dade are ready to teach Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Gimenez a lesson, over what they are calling “mayoral malpractice.”
Miami-Dade County Public Schools and the United Teachers of Dade have reached a tentative agreement on contract negotiations.
With only 60 days left before elections, both of the candidates for governor were in South Florida Thursday.
South Florida students have returned to the classroom and obviously, so have their teachers. That means it’s back to business as usual for the United Teachers of Dade union. The UTD represents more than 35-thousand school employees who work to educate more than 370-thousand students in more than 400 schools. And this year the UTD is marking its 40th anniversary. We focus on the important role the UTD plays, not only for teachers, but for students and parents as well.
Miami-Dade teachers will be getting some extra cash in their paychecks thanks to the $20 million distribution in performance bonuses.
Teachers, students, parents, community organizations and elected officials marched down Biscayne Boulevard Friday to show support for better public schools.
In an effort to promote reading, Miami organizations donated more than 120,000 books to local school children at Miami-Dade College Monday.
More than 13,000 teachers, paraprofessionals, clericals and security monitors voted “yes” to ratify their contracts and get a pay raise Wednesday night.